from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See setline.
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- n. a long fishing line with many shorter lines and hooks attached to it (usually suspended between buoys.)
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- n. a long fishing line with many shorter lines and hooks attached to it (usually suspended between buoys)
That “abundant” seafood that’s “wild, line caught, individually quick frozen” is caught on something resembling a trotline, which is only run every so often.
Also had good luck with raw shrimp on my trotline.
My problem while hunting is 4wheeler riders and they will not stay off the trails if you hung a trotline across them so I don't think it will help me a lot.
We also put out a trotline but the fish were no doubt huddled in the deepest part of the lake trying to stay warm.
What is the best bait to catch Channel cats on a trotline.
I was home for the summer and my Dad, best friend and I put out a trotline to run on our lake between two docks.
In addition to the axe handle he has caught catfish with a cane pole, a trotline, a yo-yo, a rod and reel, and a gill net; he has even grabbed the suckers with his hand.
A guy running a trotline in the Basin called on his cell and said he found a dead man in a rowboat.
They had caught the ruby-eyed creature on a deep trotline over the Monterey marine canyon.
A trotline consists of a 25 - to 150-foot-long main line with up to 25 baited hooks on 2 - to 3-foot dropper lines.
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